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X ≤x y x ≤x A corresponding discussion for the continuous case cannot be made immediately, since all probabilities involved equal zero. We therefore make definitions that are analogous to the results in the discrete case. In the two-dimensional case we define the marginal density functions as follows: ∞ fX (x) = fX,Y (x, y) DD −∞ and ∞ fY (y) = fX,Y (x, y) dx. −∞ The marginal distribution function of X is 18 1 Multivariate Random Variables x ∞ −∞ −∞ x FX (x) = fX (u) du = −∞ fX,Y (u, y) dy du. 1.

Suppose that X and Y are random variables with a joint density 2 5 (2x f (x, y) = + 3y), when 0 < x, y < 1, otherwise. 0, Compute the conditional expectations E(Y | X = x) and E(X | Y = y). 16. Let X and Y be random variables with a joint density 4 5 (x f (x, y) = + 3y)e−x−2y , 0, when x, y > 0, otherwise. Compute the regression functions E(Y | X = x) and E(X | Y = y). 17. Suppose that the joint density of X and Y is given by f (x, y) = xe−x−xy , 0, when x > 0, y > 0, otherwise. Determine the regression functions E(Y | X = x) and E(X | Y = y).

Next, we determine the distribution of X under the particular assumption that Σ2 ∈ Exp(1). 7), ∞ √ fX (x) = 0 ∞ = 0 2 1 e−x /2y e−y dy = set y = u2 2πy 2 2 2 1 √ e−x /2u e−u · 2 du = 2π 2 π ∞ exp − 0 x2 − u2 du . 2u2 In order to solve this integral, the following device may be of use: Let x > 0, set ∞ x2 I(x) = exp − 2 − u2 du , 2u 0 42 2 Conditioning differentiate (differentiation and √ integration may be interchanged), and make the change of variable y = x/u 2. This yields ∞ − I (x) = 0 √ x x2 exp − − u2 du = − 2 u2 2u2 ∞ exp −y 2 − 0 x2 2y 2 dy .